By this time next year, I’ll have eight books under my belt. I’ve been writing like a fiend for the past few years. My happy place is at the computer, pecking away stories and posts while scientifically-tested distraction-blocking music floats through the speakers (yes, it works).
While it’s lovely to see all of my work popping up in stores both online and off, what you don’t see are the ones that got rejected. Trust me, it sucks when that happens.
There is one book that’s been rambling around in my head for years. But so far, the publishers have taken a pass. It’s not that the idea is bad, but they’re not sure if there is an audience for it.
So it remains in my head…and I can’t shake it.
This means I have no choice…I need to write it. Even if that means no one will read it but me. Who knows? Maybe the publishers will change their minds when they see the manuscript. Or perhaps I can self-publish.
Or do nothing at all except write it for the sake of getting it out of my head.
That’s the thing about being a writer: you write because you’re compelled to put an idea down on paper, even if it means you’re writing a book nobody wants.
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Elvira wrote a book: Yours Cruelly, Elvira: Memoirs of the Mistress of the Dark.
This drops in a few days: The Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music by Dave Grohl.
SO gorgeous: The Wandering Star Tarot: An 80-Card Deck & Guidebook by Cat Pierce.
Something new from Deborah Lipp: The Beginner’s Guide to the Occult: Understanding the History, Key Concepts, and Practices of the Supernatural.
Get your kids off the screens with Tarot For Kids – a deck just for them!
When you’re ready to take your tarot skills to the next level, you’ll want this book by your side: Tarot: No Questions Asked: Mastering the Art of Intuitive Reading.
If you prefer to listen to your tarot lessons, I’ve got your back: Tarot: No Questions Asked: Mastering the Art of Intuitive Reading is available as an audiobook.
My first metaphysical crush was astrology. I’m sharing that love story right here (and making astrology easy for you to grok): Astrology for Real Life: A Workbook for Beginners (A No B.S. Guide for the Astro-Curious).
The Uncommon Tarot: A Contemporary Reimagining of an Ancient Oracle is a contemporary yet vintage-y tarot deck. Huh? You’ll have to see it t know what I mean.
For your inner child who happens to love tarot: The Tarot Coloring Book.
The world can seem like a harsh place but tarot can help find softness. Tarot For Troubled Times is a gentle book filled with rituals, magic, tarot, and tips for finding grace no matter what.
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What I’m Grateful For:
A day for myself
New tarot kits
Soundtrack for 10/2/21:
Jolene by Lil Nas X
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